In 1980 or 1981, Bjelke-Petersen went to University of Queensland guarded by Qld Special Branch. Joh’s visit was controversial as the questions from the news media suggest. We have secured historic footage of the event.
Standing behind Joh during the interview was Constable Gary Hannigan, previously from Sandgate CIB and the youngest ever undercover detective and member of the Qld Special Branch.… Go to Article
Public Disobedience against LNP Government proposed closure of the AIDS Medical Unity rebranded as Clinic 2.
Time: 4:30 PM on Wed 27 March 2013.
Clinic 2 provides care for people living with human immunodeficiency virus (PLHIV). Their team includes health care professionals expert in HIV and we provide education, information, medical and nursing support according to your needs.… Go to Article
“History is an angel being blown backwards into the future
History is a pile of debris
And the angel wants to go back and fix things
To repair the things that have been broken
But there is a storm blowing from Paradise
And the storm keeps blowing the angel backwards into the future
And this storm, this storm is called Progress.”… Go to Article
What the caterpillar calls
the end of the world,
the rest of the world
calls a butterfly!
Social Movements — Gender, race, class, sexuality, age [Summary of PShift (4ZZZ fm 102.1 fri at noon) 18 Jan 2013] Playlist Vencer (Winning) by Mestre Moraes e grupo capoeira angola pelourinho Zumbi from A Tábua de Esmeralda by Jorge Ben Jor “Mas Que Nada” sung by Miriam Makeba Marisa Monte sings ‘Volte Para o Seu Lar’ other songs – not played on PShift susana baca- el mayoral susana baca – valentin Mistério Do Planeta from (1972) Acabou Chorare by Novos Baianos
‘I don’t want to die without seeing justice’ — Luz Mendes from Guatemala
Guest on PShift, Laura introduces herself as being from Brazil studying gender politics and social movements.… Go to Article